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Penang – Cultural Heritage, Natural Beauty, Hands-On Fun

Penang, a small yet beautiful state in Malaysia, situated on the northwest of Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca. Penang’s strategic location amidst Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia and Indonesia make it a famous tourism belt for South East Asia. This article is about tips where to stay, what to do, what to eat, what kids won’t forget and what parents won’t forget in Penang. Where To Stay Bayan Lepas has become an uprising leisure and tourism precinct in Penang. With development of infrastructure and expressway (Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu expressway) connected to key destinations within Penang, hotels and homestays service in this area have received an increasing demand. Bayan Lepas resides in the eastern coast of Penang island offers a number of leisure spots along the c...[Read More]

Kuala Lipis – The Malaysia Town With a British Colonial Heritage

What sort of holiday you are looking for? Do you enjoy the outdoor adventure of trekking in the heart of Malaysian tropical jungle, meeting the friendly local peoples and a visit to the British heritages buildings in a quiet tropical town, away from the hassle of big city? If you are, then Kuala Lipis has these to offer. Kuala Lipis is situated at the center of peninsular Malaysia, about 200 km from Kuala Lumpur. It is surrounded by lush green hills and dense tropical jungles. It is gaining popularity as a tourist destination for the local as well as the overseas visitors. As the state capital between 1800 to the middle on 1900, it has a number of historical buildings left by the Colonial British. These buildings are in good condition and are still in use today. The town is accessible by r...[Read More]

Kuala Lipis – The Malaysia Town With a British Colonial Heritage

What sort of holiday you are looking for? Do you enjoy the outdoor adventure of trekking in the heart of Malaysian tropical jungle, meeting the friendly local peoples and a visit to the British heritages buildings in a quiet tropical town, away from the hassle of big city? If you are, then Kuala Lipis has these to offer. Kuala Lipis is situated at the center of peninsular Malaysia, about 200 km from Kuala Lumpur. It is surrounded by lush green hills and dense tropical jungles. It is gaining popularity as a tourist destination for the local as well as the overseas visitors. As the state capital between 1800 to the middle on 1900, it has a number of historical buildings left by the Colonial British. These buildings are in good condition and are still in use today. The town is accessible by r...[Read More]